What have you captured lately?
Take a look at ‘Captured’, a free art exhibit, at the Manassas City Hall now through July 29.
The exhibit highlights the work of three area photographers; Donna Bellows, Elena Stewart, and Cole Whitworth, according to a release.
More on the photographers, from a release:
Donna Bellows, who works in Community Development for the City of Manassas, started with a “Kodak 110” camera. She hasworked her way into the digital age. Donna’s passion is candid shots and events, like the Civil War weekend and the Manassas Neighborhood Conference, and events for the Manassas Boys and Girls Club.
Elena Stewart of Jasmine Jae Photography started taking pictures 17 years ago, when her oldest was an infant, in hopes of capturing every memorable moment. What started out as a hobby has grown into an admiration for the Art of Photography. Herfeatured series, “Back to Dining,” was inspired by a friend’s love for table dressings. This collection speaks to a time where formal table settings were the norm instead of the exception.
Cole Whitworth of Whitpix is a portrait and fine art photographer. The camera has always been part of his life, from family events to road trips across the United States. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design. While he shoots with a variety of cameras and formats, Cole prefers shooting with film for both the results as well as the experience.
The free exhibit is open to the public Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., according to a release.